"The Good Message": A reading by Louise Deer of translation of the Handsome Lake Code 1981

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"The Good Message": A reading by Louise Deer of translation of the Handsome Lake Code 1981

A reading by Louise Deer of a Mohawk version of part of the first day of the recitation of the Handsome lake Code, written down at the Six Nations Reserve in Ontario in 1880 by Seth Newhouse. Recorded by Alice Hopkins in Brooklyn, New York, in 1981.

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Hopkins, Alice W.

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Handsome Lake, 1735-1815

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Deer, Louise

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Newhouse, Seth

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Seth Newhouse (also known as Da-yo-de-ka-ne Oshweken) was a Mohawk Indian, Six Nation Indian reserve, Grand river, Ontario, Canada. From the guide to the Cosmology of De-ka-na-wi-da's government of the Iroquois confederacy, 1885, 1885, (American Philosophical Society) Mohawk-Onondaga Indian resident of the Six Nation Indian Reserve on the Grand River in Brant Coounty, Ontario. Author of an 1885 ms. history and constitution of the Iroquois Confederacy...